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Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #129

A quite eclectic harvest this time. From solid internet cultural insights to visual art experiments p

Petervan's Delicacies

February 12 · Issue #129 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory.

A quite eclectic harvest this time. From solid internet cultural insights to visual art experiments powered by AI. Enjoy!

The very best
Saving the Internet—and all the commons it makes possible
2019 Ostrom Memorial Lecture Source - Doc Searls
The Future Forecast - e-flux Architecture - e-flux
My Childhood Dream of the Future | | Nova Spivack
Sense and Sensoribility
From context collapse to content collapse | ROUGH TYPE
Our Idea of the World
The Personified City — Real Life
Essay - Can technology plan economies and destroy democracy? | Christmas Specials | The Economist
The Smartphone Has Ruined Space - The Atlantic
The case for ... never demolishing another building | Cities | The Guardian
Realism Is False |
Geometries of Sovereignty – BLDGBLOG
The Internet of Beefs
Data and Society
The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It - The New York Times
Institute of Network Cultures | The Data Prevention Manifesto by the Plumbing Birds
A Digital Twin for Amaravati on Vimeo
A Digital Twin for Amaravati on Vimeo
Digital twins give urban planners virtual edge | Financial Times
Notes on the networked psyche | Eurozine
Phantom of the ADAS
Being Your Selves: Identity R&D on alt Twitter
💭🦠 Six ways coronavirus will change our world - Exponential View
Man uses drone to persuade villagers to wear masks in China
Man uses drone to persuade villagers to wear masks in China
CONTRARY BRIN: Apocalyptic fears: coronavirus, economics... and could he nuke the world?
Alone on a Mountaintop, Awaiting a Very Hard Rain - The New York Times
'The countryside is where the radical changes are': Rem Koolhaas goes rural | Art and design | The Guardian
See Countryside, The Future at the Guggenheim
Why This Is The Era Of Crossroads For Technology
People Aren’t Sick Of Change. They’re Just Sick Of Change Programmes – Paul Taylor
Presentations — Benedict Evans
#CES2020: Primordial Soup of Innovation - Learning By Shipping
Apple's 'Finger Devices': Wearable Computing's Next Big Thing? - CB Insights Research
Future of work
The Future Has Arrived - Work Futures - Medium
John Maeda: "In reality, design is not that important"
This Is the One Skill Designers Need to Develop Most in 2020
In 20 years, your boss may track your every glance, keystroke, and heartbeat
Leaders as architects: how to build the house, page one | Leandro Herrero
'Smile with your eyes': How to beat South Korea's AI hiring bots and land a job - Reuters
Internet Culture
The truth behind filter bubbles: Bursting some myths | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Meet The Creators Of Amazon Dating, A Parody Site With 10,000 Real Applicants
Quickly Unpacking Visa’s $5.3B Acquisition Of Plaid –
Visa, Plaid, Networks, and Jobs – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
AI, Robots, Algorythms
An Idea From Physics Helps AI See in Higher Dimensions | Quanta Magazine
Acne Studios x Robbie Barrat — XR Goes Pop
Mojo Vision’s Augmented Reality Contact Lenses Kick off a Race to AR on Your Eye
Digital Ethics
Facial Recognition Is Only the Beginning | Public Books
Tracking Phones, Google Is a Dragnet for the Police - The New York Times
Why Mark Zuckerberg’s Oversight Board May Kill His Political Ad Policy | WIRED
40 groups have called for a US moratorium on facial recognition technology - MIT Technology Review
EU eyes temporary ban on facial recognition in public places | Technology | The Guardian
Opinion | We’re Banning Facial Recognition. We’re Missing the Point. - The New York Times
There’s No Such Thing As ‘Ethical A.I.’ - OneZero
"Am I just one more gear in the mechanism?" - Conditio Humana - Technology, Ai and Ethics
An Ethical Future for Brain Organoids Takes Shape | Quanta Magazine
Post Capitalism
What Kind of World, Future, and Planet Do We (Really) Want?
Weird (Cyber)Space
Can synthetic media drive new content experiences?
Zoey(@zoey_rene1213) on TikTok: When The whole stadium started starts doing renigade at a cheer competition #UIL #cheerleading #fyp #stadium #renigade
Why American Farmers Are Hacking Their Tractors With Ukrainian Firmware - VICE
NVSHU on Vimeo
Comedy Written for the Machines - The New York Times
Work — Christoph Gielen
Art related
Could AI be the Future of Art?
Post Digital Notes | John Maeda’s Blog |
2020 Art Market Predictions — Artnome
Generative Art’s Tools from Flash and Processing to Neural Networks –
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fabled School of Architecture Will Abruptly Close After Training Rising Architects for Nearly 90 Years
The Visionary Mystical Art of Carl Jung: See Illustrated Pages from The Red Book | Open Culture
“Loud Matter”, photographs with stop motion technique • Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture
bjork and microsoft use AI to create music that changes with the weather
Art made for Instagram is taking over festivals – and taking us away from the experience of it | Celina Ribeiro | Culture | The Guardian
Friends from Academy
Pellicule [16mm Experimental Film]
Pellicule [16mm Experimental Film]
Academie Gent - Digitale Beeldende Kunst - Doorloop feb. 2020
Academie Gent - Digitale Beeldende Kunst - Doorloop feb. 2020
Embrace the night: the floating sleepers of Sicily – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian
Staring at Hell | Kate Wagner
Ridgeline Maps of the World
Making of Goethe’s Colours - C82: Works of Nicholas Rougeux
Choir! Choir! Choir! Epic! Nights: David Byrne + NYC sing HEROES
Choir! Choir! Choir! Epic! Nights: David Byrne + NYC sing HEROES
Trump's Making Federal Buildings Beautiful Again decries brutalism
Attraction by Emily Scaife on Vimeo
In a Nutshell on Vimeo
Alexia Riner – S47 | Loop
Maps of Every Single Street in Any City
For real nerds
Video shows biggest-ever movement of Taipei 101 damper due to earthquake
Taipei 101 Damper movement on 12 May 08
Every Noise at Once
Underworld | MIT – Docubase
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